Sun Tzu's Art of War for Women: Strategies for Winning Without Conflict - Revised with a New Introduction
September 03, 2019
5.2 X 0.7 X 7.9 inches | 0.55 pounds
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About the Author
Catherine Huang is founder and president of CHR International, a multi-million-dollar importer of foods from Eastern and Western Europe, North Africa and China. She received a classic Chinese education in her native Taiwan, giving her a background in Chinese history and philosophy that is enhanced by her knowledge of Western culture and business practices. As a female entrepreneur in a predominantly male industry, Catherine has often relied on Sun Tzu's tactics and techniques in order to survive and thrive. Arthur D. Rosenberg is a writer and linguist who has lived, taught and consulted at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shen-Yang, University of Stockholm, Greek-American Institute in Athens, Berlitz School in Paris and educational institutes in New York City, Detroit, among other places. He is a former IT consultant, translator, college textbook publisher, ESL teacher and author of around a dozen books. Both type-A personalities, they have learned to co-exist in sickness and in health.
"Whatever your personal path and personal goals in life, Women and the Art of War provides effective strategies, tactics, and practical examples you need to increase your probability of achieving success. While very highly recommended for community, college, and university library collections."-- Midwest Book Review